Little leaguer continues to make progress, prepares for return to Utah
Aug 29, 2022, 8:03 AM | Updated: 11:32 am
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa –Utah Little Leaguer Easton Oliverson is doing better after another operation last Friday, Aug. 26. He is getting ready to return to Utah despite his injuries.
Doctors are trying to manage Oliverson’s pain as they prepare to move him closer to home.
The Oliverson family posted a picture of the 12-year-old eating nachos, one of his favorite foods, after his surgery last week for the skull fracture that occurred when he fell out of a top bunk in Pennsylvania.
The family posted that he’s been receiving physical therapy and working on different skills to get ready for his transfer back to Utah.
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